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Level: ECE/Toddler
Grades: Pre-K | Age: 2-5 | Written by: Karen LaVarnway
[Karen is a teacher from Plattsburgh, NY]

Little ones will learn the concept of stop, drop and roll in case of fire.

What You Need:

•red construction paper

What You Do:
  1. Cut paper in strips and roll to make a circle, put tape on outside/opposite side of paper

  2. Tape to children - on backs, arms, chest, legs, etc.(leaving one side of tape facing out)

  3. Teach the children "stop-drop-roll"

  4. Have the children stop, then drop, then roll until the paper "fire" has come off from them.

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